NYC's Bike-Sharing Program Delayed Again, This Time Until Spring

Under the "Citi Bike" program, people would pay a $95 annual fee to ride the blue, 3-speed bikes

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    Mayor Bloomberg got testy on his radio show Friday morning while defending the delay in the city's bike-sharing program.

    Mayor Michael Bloomberg says New York City's bike-share program has been delayed until next spring.

    He says the delay is due to software problems.

    A partial rollout was supposed to begin in July.

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    The plan is to eventually have 10,000 bikes at 600 docking stations around the city.

    People would pay a $95 annual fee to ride the blue, 3-speed bikes.     

    Short-term users, including tourists, would be able to sign up too.     

    The program is being sponsored by Citigroup. 

     

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